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UK recommends against vaccine mixing
January 10, 2021 - 4:57 pm

Claims that Britain has “abandoned science completely” by mixing doses of the two available vaccines have been refuted by the head of immunisations at Public Health England and the editor of the British Medical Journal.

report in The New York Times suggests Britain is opting for a “mix-and-match vaccine regimen” with the two approved jabs, in which patients are allowed to receive a second dose from a different manufacturer to the first.

But while a different second dose is allowed to be considered in exceptional cases, the reality is that UK health authorities do not recommend it.
Source: Independent

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